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    Over 2K Fetal Remains Found on Abortion Doctor’s Property

    Updated: September 15, 2019 at 5:59 pm EST  See Comments

    Originally Published on This Site

    Ulrich George Klopfer was once the most prolific abortion ‘doctor’ in Indiana. He died on September 3rd. But it was the over 2k fetal remains that relatives found on his remote Will County, Illinois  property that have authorities shaking their heads. (Fox)  The Will County coroner took possession of the remains according to the Sheriff’s office. Were they some sort of sick trophies of the kind kept by serial killers?

    Screenshot of Klopfer via Twitter

    The 2,246 fetal remains were found on a remote property after relatives went to go through it after Klopfer’s death. An attorney for the family contacted authorities so that the remains could be properly handled.

    Mayor Pete Buttigieg still championed the abortion clinics, even though ones like Klopfer’s had medical violations.

    It will be interesting to see how much national coverage this gets. Especially given the connections to a leading 2020 Dem candidate: https://t.co/EfY5EIyJrw https://t.co/YKJEsqLG9B

    — (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) September 14, 2019

    Anxiously awaiting Mayor Pete’s comments.

    — johnny cy (@johnnycy89) September 14, 2019

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    The doctor lost his license in 2015 from not reporting an underaged abortion.  WNDU

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